As things stand now the Palestinians and the world and, indeed, most of the Israelis, know that Israel has no intention of there ever being a Palestinian state unless it was composed of a few bantustans surrounded by Israel. Netanyahu, who is likely to be prime minister again, has laid out his conditions. No to Palestinians in the Jordan Valley, No to dividing Jerusalem, No to the 1967 line, No to the Palestinians having arms to defend themselves. Furthermore the platform of the Likud party clearly states that there will never be a Palestinian state between the river and the sea. Surely as things stand now the Palestinians have no one to talk to and no partner for peace.
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